I'm sitting at the airport gate after spending a relaxing weekend in Santa Fe--my first trip to New Mexico. New Mexico didn't occupy a major position on my list of travel destinations, but I saw some photos of the pueblo architecture recently and decided to make a weekend excursion. On saturday, I explored the plaza... Continue Reading →
https://www.instagram.com/p/BwHf9AoB9bI/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link San Miguel de Allende the city that makes us fall in love at the first moment was named by Travel +Leisure magazine as The Best City in the World in 2017 thanks to its artistic, gastronomic and cultural heritage. A colonial city with a unique charm, where you can appreciate the old Mexico combined... Continue Reading →
I asked about this when I was in Mexico City last August, but I didn't get a chance to visit--something for the itinerary next time. Photo: Courtesy of Ryo Kan ... tucked in the quiet Cuauhtémoc neighborhood directly north of Paseo de la Reforma, Mexico City’s main artery. ... It all started four centuries ago,... Continue Reading →
A short video of Monarch butterflies congregating in the central state of Michoacán, México from one of my favorite Spanish-language podcasts. https://instagram.com/p/BvedTj7Dzhf/ You can visit Doorway to Mexico's blog here.
I enjoyed my week in Atlanta while attending the TESOL 2019 conference, and I learned that Waffle House must serve something there it doesn't serve anywhere else. The headquarters of the Coca-Cola corporation is in this city. I'm not sure if that's a highlight or a detriment to be honest, but TripAdvisor ranks it as... Continue Reading →
San Miguel de Allende I'm glad I arrived after sunset. The travel guides always show pictures of San Miguel during the day, but they illuminate the Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel at night, which I think adds to its singular beauty. It's not hard to imagine why Travel + Leisure Magazine elected San Miguel as the #1 city... Continue Reading →